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What security professionals can learn from real-world network data

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Our experts in this webinar will share key findings, analysis, and recommendations from their just released Application Usage and Risk Report, which is based on the actual network traffic in more than 60 large enterprises representing nearly a million users. Using real-world data provides network managers and CISOs a more intimate and accurate view of what is happening on today's enterprise networks, and helps them begin to take steps toward mitigating the risks associated with uncontrolled usage of certain Internet-based applications.

This webinar will:

  • Present data which supports the position that application controls within enterprises are failing.
  • Identify the most commonly used applications that circumvent enterprise security controls and the risks associated with them.
  • Discuss the rampant use of P2P (peer to peer) and browser-based file sharing applications, the risks they pose and ways to mitigate those risks.
  • Provide insight into how attendees can enable access and empower users without compromising security and governance.

This webinar is for:

  • IT managers wanting to learn more about the applications traversing their networks.
  • Security professionals wanting to stay up to date on the risks posed by commonly used Internet-based applications.


Danny Bradbury

Danny Bradbury Contributing Writer

Matt Keil

Matt Keil Product Marketing Manager, Palo Alto Networks

    Chris King

    Chris King Director of Product Marketing, Palo Alto Networks